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^^^Of course - and if I was doing super critical things on my PC then I would probably be more apt to go with something like x264 or maybe even Prime
    
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With intel moving voltage regulation back to the motherboard what would be the point of delid on skylake for a couple degrees ? Or is it netting more ?


If i was doing super critical things i would not overclock at all.
Edited by bazookatooths - 10/22/15 at 9:32am
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if it was a machine critical too work - i wouldn't play with an OC in the 1st place - i would get the right cpu for the job biggrin.gif
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Hello guys, I'm new to this forum and I have an problem with my overclocked i5 6600k, I tried to overclock it to 4.7GHz and i ran x264 custom test over night (8hours), and it was stable on 1.36V Vcore. Now when I tried to stress my cpu with prime95 I am getting rounding erros, and it's impossible for me to get it stable for prime95, I tried rising my VCore to 1.4V but it's still not enough for prime95. I also tried 27.9 version and 28.7, both are giving me this error. Was also trying with both enabled and disabled XMP profile, but I'm getting same error. I didn't touch my ram settings. Then I tried to lower my multiplier to 46 and I was getting same error at 1.4V, now I'm wondering what could be the problem. Any help would be appreciated.

My motherboard is ASUS Z170 Pro Gaming and Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB 2666MHz Ram (1x8GB).
post #3105 of 11361
Mesko - my opinion - if you are x264 stable for 8 hrs - your stable. prime95 seems to give a lot of rounding errors on a system that is rock solid otherwise. i say stop with the p95 stuff - stick with x264 or realbench. just my two bits - smile.gif

edit - are you really 1x8gb memory?
Edited by SteveRo - 10/22/15 at 11:01am
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Ok, thanks for info. Yes I am, why? biggrin.gif
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Hello guys, I'm new to this forum and I have an problem with my overclocked i5 6600k, I tried to overclock it to 4.7GHz and i ran x264 custom test over night (8hours), and it was stable on 1.36V Vcore. Now when I tried to stress my cpu with prime95 I am getting rounding erros, and it's impossible for me to get it stable for prime95, I tried rising my VCore to 1.4V but it's still not enough for prime95. I also tried 27.9 version and 28.7, both are giving me this error. Was also trying with both enabled and disabled XMP profile, but I'm getting same error. I didn't touch my ram settings. Then I tried to lower my multiplier to 46 and I was getting same error at 1.4V, now I'm wondering what could be the problem. Any help would be appreciated.

My motherboard is ASUS Z170 Pro Gaming and Kingston HyperX Fury 8GB 2666MHz Ram (1x8GB).

Try dropping 1-2 core multipliers, keeping 1.36vcore and then work up if it works. Prime is hard; you have to work up carefully.
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prime95 seems to give a lot of rounding errors on a system that is rock solid otherwise

Prime works at stock. As long as it works at stock, it's OC-induced instability.

You should really be using 2x4GB as it doubles bandwidth (or 2x8GB). It doesn't matter for some tasks, but it also does matter for some
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On 4.5GHz It seems to be stable in prime, but damn temps up to 90-95c with my Scythe Mugen Max...
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With bios at 1.38v . i am getting 1.368v under load at 4.8ghz very rarely it will jump to 1.37v. Temps are around 65-71
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Depends how long you run prime as different tests diffifernt heat, i start at like 60/65, but then whatever cooler you have it will go into the high 70/80, and thats at just 1.33v 4.5ghz
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